Children’s Chewable Pro-Bio Gold™ Chocolate Wafers
NOTE: It is not uncommon during shipping for the ice pack to melt and the product to be warm upon receipt. Tests show that warm temperatures can result in as little of 5% loss in potency.
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A High-strength Probiotic Chewable Wafer – Chocolate Flavored. Gluten and casein free. Ultra Tested®.
Kirkman’s most popular probiotic, Pro-Bio GoldTM, is also now offered in a tasty, chocolate chewable wafer with the same six certified strains of organisms present in our signature Pro-Bio GoldTM product. Normally, chewable probiotic formulations are weak, low dosage products because of the fragility of the organisms; however, Kirkman® has developed an optimal formulation that is produced under special cold, dehumidified conditions so that the product maintains full potency when compressed into a tablet. Kirkman’s Pro-BioTMChewable Wafers offer a comprehensive replacement of six well recognized, researched and documented probiotic strains to support gastrointestinal (GI) system health.
This probiotic supplement contains a combination of the most important “resident” as well as “transient” microorganisms that contribute to maintaining and promoting a healthy GI tract. There are numerous factors that contribute to friendly bacteria (such as Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and thermophilus) being destroyed or depleted, which include:
excessive stressful conditions;
improper diet or inadequate nutrition;
Pro-BioTM Chewable Wafers utilize six probiotic strains that have undergone DNA fingerprinting to support their identity and have also demonstrated long-term stability. More than 65 scientific studies and published articles have been written in support of the strains, documenting the ability of these strains to:
• possess a high tolerance to survive stomach acids and bile salts;
• support the body’s natural defenses and the intestinal tract’s immunological barrier;
• help alleviate occasional diarrhea and constipation;
• address lactose issues;
• adhere to and colonize the GI mucosal membrane;
• assist with regulating intestinal mobility and normal bowel function;
• possibly help create an inhibitory effect on free radical activity in the colon.
overgrowth of yeasts, bacteria, etc.; abnormal permeability of the intestine; exposure to numerous medications.